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J/AJ/157/171/table2 Visual analysis and demographics of Kepler TTVs (Kane+, 2019)
Combined exoplanet data table (5930 rows)
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ColumnValue  Explain   (UCD)
_RAJ200019 22 18.3168 "h:m:s" Right ascension (FK5, Equinox=J2000.0) (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data. The format may include more digits than the original data because of internal accuracy requirements in VizieR and across other CDS services) (pos.eq.ra)
_DEJ2000+41 32 46.277 "d:m:s" Declination (FK5, Equinox=J2000.0) (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data. The format may include more digits than the original data because of internal accuracy requirements in VizieR and across other CDS services) (pos.eq.dec)
_RAB195019 20 39.9207 "h:m:s" Right ascension (FK4, Equinox=B1950.0) (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data. The format may include more digits than the original data because of internal accuracy requirements in VizieR and across other CDS services) (pos.eq.ra)
_DEB1950+41 26 57.479 "d:m:s" Declination (FK4, Equinox=B1950.0) (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data. The format may include more digits than the original data because of internal accuracy requirements in VizieR and across other CDS services) (pos.eq.dec)
_Glon073.5506346 deg Galactic longitude (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data. The format may include more digits than the original data because of internal accuracy requirements in VizieR and across other CDS services) (pos.galactic.lon)
_Glat+12.2969802 deg Galactic latitude (computed by VizieR, not part of the original data. The format may include more digits than the original data because of internal accuracy requirements in VizieR and across other CDS services) (pos.galactic.lat)
4810recno 4810  Record number assigned by the VizieR team. Should Not be used for identification. (meta.record)

KOI4490.01   [1.01/5978.01] Kepler Object of Interest (KOI) number (meta.id;meta.main)
PerSP 5.350e+02 d [0.032613/109390] SinePoly best-fit period (Note 1)   (time.period;meta.modelled)
PhsSP 2.348e+00 rad [0.0004937/6.2828] SinePoly best-fit phase (Note 1)   (time.phase)
AmpSP 1.390e+01 min [2.4212e-05/6810500] SinePoly best-fit amplitude (Note 1)   (src.var.amplitude)
LinSP-4.837e-02 min/d [-11007/2829.3] SinePoly best-fit linear coefficient (Note 1)   (stat.fit.param)
QuadSP-1.250e-05 min/d2 [-1.6195/5.242] SinePoly best-fit quadratic coefficient (Note 1)   (stat.fit.param)
Chi2SP 1.041e+01   [5.5467e-31/3.4689e+13] SinePoly best-fit chi-square (Note 1)   (meta.note)
KIC 6201203   [757450/12935144] Kepler Input Catalog number (aka KID) (meta.id.parent)
Planet   Kepler planet name (Note 2)   (meta.id)
EADispFALSEPOSITIVE  Exoplanet Archive Disposition (Note 2)   (src.class)
ClRat6   [0/9] Cleanliness visual rating (9=fewest outliers) (meta.code)
SPFRat7   [0/9] SinePoly fit visual rating (9=outstanding fit) (meta.code)
PPRat7   [0/9] Periodogram peak visual rating (9=very strong periodicity) (meta.code)
SPPRat8   [0/9] SinePoly peak visual rating (9=very strong periodicity) (meta.code)
OvRat7   [0/9] Overall interest visual rating (9=very strong TTV signal) (meta.code)
Multi0   [0/7] Number of candidate/confirmed planets in system (meta.number)
PerKOI 1.7617377e+02 d [0.241842544/129995.778] KOI orbital period (Note 2)   (time.period)
E_PerKOI 1.5950e-02 d [0/0.1568] Upper uncertainty in PerKOI (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.max)
e_PerKOI 1.5950e-02 d [0/0.1568] Lower uncertainty in PerKOI (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.min)
T0KOI 1.4483370e+02 d [120.565925/746.196647] KOI transit epoch (BKJD) (Note 2)   (time.epoch)
E_T0KOI 5.4200e-02 d [0/0.579] Upper uncertainty in T0KOI (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.max)
e_T0KOI 5.4200e-02 d [0/0.579] Lower uncertainty in T0KOI (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.min)
DurKOI 1.5e+01 h [0.34/93.2] KOI transit duration (Note 2)   (time.duration)
E_DurKOI 2.2e+00 h [0/9.3] Upper uncertainty in DurKOI (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.max)
e_DurKOI 2.2e+00 h [0/9.3] Lower uncertainty in DurKOI (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.min)
KOIror 1.7e-02   [0/100] KOI planet/star radius ratio (Note 2)   (phys.size;arith.ratio)
E_KOIror 1.5e-03   [0/63.7] Upper uncertainty in KOIror (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.max)
e_KOIror 1.4e-03   [0/69.9] Lower uncertainty in KOIror (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.min)
Rad 1.8e+00 Rgeo [0/109000] KOI planet radius (Note 2)   (phys.size.radius)
E_Rad 6.1e-01 Rgeo [0/23400] Upper uncertainty in Rad (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.max)
e_Rad 1.6e-01 Rgeo [0/32600] Lower uncertainty in Rad (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.min)
SESKOI 0.0e+00   [0/18500] KOI maximum Single Event Statistic; similar to signal-to-noise ratio of a single transit (Note 2)   (stat.fit.param)
MESKOI 0.0e+00   [0/168000] KOI maximum Multiple Event Statistic; similar to signal-to-noise ratio of all transits combined (Note 2)   (stat.fit.param)
Teff 5957 K [2661/11068] Stellar effective temperature (Note 2)   (phys.temperature.effective)
E_Teff 162 K [0/1067] Upper uncertainty in Teff (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.max)
e_Teff196 K [0/798] Lower uncertainty in Teff (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.min)
M* 1.0e+00 Msun [0/3.55] Stellar mass (Note 2)   (phys.mass)
E_M* 1.1e-01 Msun [0/1.38] Upper uncertainty in M* (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.max)
e_M* 1.2e-01 Msun [0/2.38] Lower uncertainty in M* (Note 2)   (stat.error;stat.min)
Kpmag15.6 mag [7/19.3] Target magnitude in Kepler bandpass (Note 2)   (phot.mag;em.opt)
Mp 1.00e+05 Mjup [0.0002/100000] Planet mass (Note 3)   (phys.mass)
E_Mp 1.00e+05 Mjup [0.00019/100000] Upper uncertainty in Mp (Note 3)   (stat.error;stat.max)
e_Mp 1.00e+05 Mjup [0.00012/100000] Lower uncertainty in Mp (Note 3)   (stat.error;stat.min)
TTVErr 1.00e+05 min [0.06/100000] Median uncertainty on TTV measurements (Note 4)   (stat.error)
TTVSct 1.00e+05 min [0.08/100000] Robust scatter of TTV measurements (Note 4)   (stat.error)
p-Rat 1.00e+05 [-] [-16/100000] log10(p-value) for TTVSct/TTVErr ratio (Note 4)   (stat.fit.param)
PerH16 1.00e+05 d [1.55/100000] Period of highest TTV periodogram peak (Note 4)   (time.period)
PowH16 1.00e+05 d2 [-9.54/100000] Power of highest TTV periodogram peak (Note 4)   (stat.fit.param)
p-PS 1.00e+05 [-] [-4/100000] log10(p-value) for highest TTV periodogram peak (Note 4)   (stat.fit.param)
AlmH16 1.00e+05   [-1.273/100000] Alarm score for TTV series (Note 4)   (stat.fit.goodness)
p-Alm 1.00e+05 [-] [-4/100000] log10(p-value) for TTV alarm score (Note 4)   (stat.fit.param)
pdH16 1.00e+05   [1/100000] Polynomial degree chosen for TTV fit (Note 4)   (stat.fit.param)
p-poly 1.00e+05 [-] [-16/100000] log10(p-value) for TTV polynomial fit (Note 4)   (stat.fit.param)
LSPHR-1.000e+00 d [-1/1968] Peak of Lomb-Scargle periodogram for independent TTVs (Note 5)   (time.period)
PerHR-1.000e+00 d [-1/2415] Period from the independent TTV sinusoidal curve-fit (Note 5)   (time.period)
e_PerHR 1.000e+00 d [1/1158] Uncertainty in PerHR (Note 5)   (stat.error)
AmpHR-1.000e+00 min [-1/2900.2] Amplitude from independent TTV sinusoidal curve-fit (Note 5)   (src.var.amplitude)
e_AmpHR 1.000e+00 min [0.1/407] Uncertainty in AmpHR (Note 5)   (stat.error)
KOIprt -1.00   [-1/4913.02] KOI attributed to the cause of TTV perturbations (meta.id)
f_KOIprt-1   [-1/6] Flag determining perturbing KOI for KOIprt (Note 6)   (meta.code)
TDPV-1   [-1/55] Flag describing transit duration/depth variations (Note 7)   (meta.code)
numH16 0   [0/2442] Number of transit times from Holczer et al. (2016, J/ApJS/225/9) (meta.number)
numRT 8   [0/4734] Number of transit times from Rowe & Thompson (2015arXiv150400707R) (meta.number)

SimbadNameKIC 6201203  Designation understandable by the Simbad data-base (meta.id)
_RA290.57632 deg (i) Positions of KIC stars from KIC catalog (V/133) (right ascension part) (pos.eq.ra;meta.main)
_DE+41.54619 deg (i) Positions of KIC stars from KIC catalog (V/133) (declination part) (pos.eq.dec;meta.main)
  
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